According to one conspiracy theory, Abraham Lincoln's assassin, John Wilkes Booth, did not die.
According to history, John Wilkes Booth fled after assassinating Lincoln, but died 12 days later after being shot in the neck. Some say Booth escaped to Texas, where he changed his name to John St. Helen and survived for nearly four decades until dying in 1903. This argument was first proposed in a book called The Escape and Suicide of John Wilkes Booth, published in 1907. Author Finis L. Bates said in it that St. Helen confessed to him around the 1870s, claiming that the assassination was mostly the idea of Vice President Andrew Johnson, who was only picking up some goods for a hidden Booth. Bates, Kathy Bates' grandpa, claimed to have also learned that Booth, now using a different alias, confessed to the crime again in 19
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